Through the pandemic we have seen that sharing healthcare data is not only valuable to us as individuals, it can also help medical professionals, researchers, and policy-makers derive critical insights and steer their decision-making. Yet, healthcare data is personal, and thus often sensitive, or even confidential. Finding the balance between privacy and data usability is crucial to make data sharing in healthcare possible.
To efficiently do so, while ensuring the sensitive assets are never exposed, privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) are a solution. This family of technologies preserve, enable, and enhance the privacy of data while it’s being used.
Curious to learn how they help solve the healthcare data sharing challenge? Read more on PETs via Health Tech World.